The home health care with the ad-hoc network system

@article{Tamura2007TheHH,
  title={The home health care with the ad-hoc network system},
  author={Toshiyo Tamura and Takahiro Kawada and Masaki Sekine},
  journal={SICE Annual Conference 2007},
  year={2007},
  pages={307-310}
}
In the case of emergency and sudden illness, a simple ad-hoc network based on MOTE has been developed for home health care. The objective system requires installing and handling easily as well as low cost. We have developed a simple ad-hoc network to monitor the behavior and physical activity in daily life. The system consists of low power wireless transmission, interfaces of environment such as temperature, humidity and carbon dioxide, interface of physical activity monitor by acceleration… 

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